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High-Throughput Production of Human Proteins for Structural and Functional Studies

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Nicola Burgess-Brown is the Principal Investigator of the Biotechnology Group at the SGC , responsible for managing all biotech research for the Oxford site. Nicola’s team develops high-throughput screening processes from cloning to expression, purification and mass spectrometry analysis of human proteins for structural and functional studies. Nicola obtained a First Class degree in Applied Biochemical Sciences from the University of Ulster in 1997, then worked as a molecular biologist for SmithKline Beecham. She received her Ph.D. in Molecular Microbiology at the University of Nottingham in 2001 and then moved back to industry to work on high-throughput cloning and validation of therapeutic cancer antigens for Oxford Glycosciences and subsequently Celltech R&D.

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